Going forward, HCP Waypoint is aimed at empowering platform teams to define golden patterns and workflows for developers to manage applications at scale.
Learn about Hermes, an open source document management system created by HashiCorp to help streamline writing and document processes.
HashiCorp Consul updates 10,000 nodes and 172,000+ services in under 1 second in a new benchmark.
CDK for Terraform now supports Java and C# and has new collaboration features on Terraform Cloud.
Yesterday AWS announced availability of their new service discovery tool, Cloud Map. AWS user will now have the capability to discover resources and services within AWS environments, conduct health checks, and integrate with other service mesh offerings, like HashiCorp Consul. HashiCorp, an Advanced tier member of the AWS Partner Network, worked closely with AWS engineers and is pleased to announce that HashiCorp Consul will offer launch day support of AWS Cloud Map.
HashiCorp is proud to announce day-zero support for AWS EKS. AWS EKS is a managed service that makes it easier for users to run Kubernetes on AWS across multiple availability zones with less manual configuration. This blog explores how to set up an EKS configuration using Terraform.
HashiCorp Nomad 0.8 introduces advanced node draining to simplify cluster wide upgrades of Nomad client nodes. This post explores how HashiCorp Nomad’s improved draining features can be used to drain an existing workload from one set of nodes to a new set of nodes without downtime.
We are excited to introduce HashiCast - a podcast about the world of cloud infrastructure. This podcast will highlight people, and technology from companies in the technology community, as well as insight and news from HashiCorp itself. We have a great lineup of guests for HashiCast, and we can’t wait to share them with you!
The AppRole auth method provides a workflow for application or machines to authenticate with Vault. This post explores how applications and machines can use AppRole auth method to authenticate with Vault in a modern CI/CD pipeline.
Last year, HashiCorp gave away a number of conference passes to the various organizations to join us for HashiConf, our flagship user conference. This year we are excited to build on that contribution and introduce HashiCorp Diversity Scholarship Program. The intent is to assist members of our community who are from underrepresented groups in the technology and open source communities with these scholarships— to cover the costs associated with HashiConf or HashiDays conferences.
Using HashiCorp Terraform Enterprise and the Kubernetes provider we can apply fine-grained policy enforcement using Sentinel to Kubernetes resources, before the changes to the resources are applied on the cluster. This blog post explores using Sentinel in Terraform Enterprise to manage Kubernetes clusters and enforce Kubernetes service types and namespace naming conventions.
Over the past year, service mesh technologies have gained significant interest. Even though the idea of a service mesh isn’t new, the implementation details are new to some people. At HashiCorp we build Consul, a free and open source tool that provides service discovery, health checking, load balancing, and a globally distributed key-value store. These features make Consul ideal as a control plane for a service mesh. This post discusses a few first principles around adopting service meshes and how Consul can be used as a control plane for projects like Istio, Linkerd, and Envoy.